A Partnership to Advance Digital Rights and Internet Development in Africa
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A Partnership to Advance Digital Rights and Internet Development in Africa

The Internet Society and CIPESA have commited to work together for an open, secure, and trustworthy Internet for Africa.

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We Can’t Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals without the Internet
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We Can’t Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals without the Internet

The Internet is a critical enabler for sustainable development. It unlocks human capabilities and provides the platform upon which an emerging digital economy can thrive. As the Internet and digital ...
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The Week in Internet News: U.K. Government says ‘No Encryption for Kids’

The U.K.’s Department of Digital, Media, Culture and Sport has recommended that children’s accounts on social media platforms and messaging services should not use end-to-end encryption, TechCrunch reports. In the ...
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The Week in Internet News: EU Launches Antitrust Investigation of Google

The European Union has launched an antitrust investigation of Google’s advertising practices, with investigators looking into whether the company favored its own online advertising technology, CNBC reports. The probe will ...
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The Week in Internet News: Biden Warns Putin About Some Cyberattacks

U.S. President Joe Biden told Russian President Vladimir Putin that some types of cyberattacks are off-limits during a meeting at the G7 summit in Switzerland recently, Reuters reports. Destructive attacks ...
Member News: Somalia Chapter Focuses on Internet Education
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Member News: Somalia Chapter Focuses on Internet Education

The Somalia chapter of the Internet Society is focusing on educating Internet users, particularly young people, about mobile payments. The chapter is working with technology stakeholders to improve digital literacy ...
Zambia Needs the Internet More than Ever
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Zambia Needs the Internet More than Ever

My country, Zambia, has more than 18 million people. Our new Internet Society chapter wants all of them to be online. Why? Because we need the Internet now more than ...
Second Round of Grant Funding Awarded to Researchers Studying the Future of the Internet
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Second Round of Grant Funding Awarded to Researchers Studying the Future of the Internet

From the environment to the economy, the Internet is reshaping several sectors of our society. What might future patterns of disruption look like? How will these changes affect all of ...
Successful Strategies for Building and Growing IXPs
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Successful Strategies for Building and Growing IXPs

How has peering evolved across Asia-Pacific to provide faster, affordable, and resilient connectivity to people?
In partnership with the Asia Pacific Internet Exchange Association, we set out to find effective ...